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  • Mueller is shepherding several related probes...

    With the recent criminal indictment of 12 Russian intelligence agents, the special counsel's office made clear it has a treasure trove of information for its investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election. What's less obvious is how long Robert Mueller will continue his […]

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1) The Wyoming Air Service Improvement Council is working on a plan to attract more airlines to the state. Wyoming would offer a minimum revenue guarantee, so if the airline didn’t make enough money, the state would provide a subsidy. Some say tax dollars should not be given to airlines to provide air service. Others believe Wyoming would not get commercial air service without it.
Should the state subsidize airlines in order to bring flights to Wyoming?
2) The Legislative Service Office says rebuilding dormitories at the University of Wyoming should be paid for by the state. Some lawmakers are suggesting a public-private partnership, with a private developer building the dorms, and making up the cost by charging students for room and board. The LSO says quality might suffer, because a private developer will want to cut costs to maximize profits.
Should new dorms be paid for by the state, or through a public-private partnership?

‘The Brady Bunch’ house up for sale after 50 years.  ABC News reports about it and what it’s like to buy any well-known house.

State: Haynes ‘not eligible to be governor’

By Daniel Bendtsen, Laramie Boomerang
LARAMIE — Wyoming officials are seeking a court ruling that would make Republican candidate for governor Taylor Haynes ineligible for the office.

Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Buchanan and Attorney General Peter Michael determined Haynes is not eligible to run for governor and the Republican candidate’s ranch home lies in Colorado.    Click here for more

Officials are working to improve Cheyenne’s cell service

By Katherine Chloe Cahoon, KGWN
CHEYENNE —  Cheyenne could be the first city in Wyoming to add small towers to our cellular network. This would greatly boost cell service. In order to do this, development code would have to be amended. For the details, watch this interview.  Click here for more

What will Josh Allen’s NFL career mean for Wyoming?

By Brandon Foster, Casper Star-Tribune
Earlier this year, Wyoming assistant football coach Mike Bath received a text from Ben Roethlisberger. Bath, a onetime college teammate of the veteran Steelers quarterback, had been quoted in a Cleveland Plain Dealer article comparing Roethlisberger to Josh Allen, the Wyoming quarterback Cleveland was then considering with its first overall pick in April’s NFL Draft.

“He said, ‘Oh, really? You’re going to compare me to a 22-year-old kid, huh?’” Bath recalled.  Click here for more

Man stabbed on Lincolnway

By Britney Wiley, KGWN
CHEYENNE — Around 8:30 p.m. Saturday a man was stabbed at the Firebird Motor Hotel on E. Lincolnway.  Click here for more

Sideshows help entertain crowds at CFD Rodeo

By Katie Kull, Wyoming Tribune Eagle
CHEYENNE – At any Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo, crowds will be treated to the physical strength and athleticism of the rodeo athletes; they’ll be awed by the sheer power and skill of the rodeo animals.

But they’ll also get a slice of entertainment.   Click here for more

Registration deadline approaching for Oregon Trails trip

Posted 7-22-18, Casper College (CASPER) -- The registration deadline is approaching for the “Oregon Trails East” trip through the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Casper College. The deadline to register for the class, taught by Casper native Dwain Romsa, is...

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Wyoming beekeepers innovating to face challenges

Posted 7-21-18, Wyoming Business Council (CHEYENNE) -- It tastes better, may reduce plant allergies and provides a boost to the local economy. With booths common at farmers markets, and professional or backyard beekeepers in all corners of Wyoming, local honey isn’t...

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Cheyenne Frontier Days Traffic Plan

Posted 7-20-18, (Cheyenne Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) - Last summer the Cheyenne Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) contracted with Ayres & Associates to prepare a Cheyenne Frontier Days Traffic Study and Transportation Plan for the Frontier Days...

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Wyoming Arts Council announces public art call

The Wyoming Arts Council announces that a new call for entry for public art is now open. The Wyoming Department of Health is currently building two new healthcare facilities: the Wyoming State Hospital in Evanston, and the Wyoming Life Resource Center in Lander....

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Sinks Canyon State Park to host guided cave adventure

Posted 7-20-18, Wyoming State Parks and Cultural Resources (CHEYENNE) -- See the Popo Agie River flow underground while living the life of a spelunker during Kids Caving Extreme, a guided cave adventure exploring Sink’s Canyon State Parks's Boulder Choke Cave, Aug....

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  • Palestinian Authority Brags It Thwarted Trump's...

    TEL AVIV - The Palestinian Authority on Saturday boasted that it has managed to “incapacitate” President Donald Trump’s as yet unveiled peace plan, which it sees as no more than a “conspiracy” aimed at “liquidating” the Palestinian cause and […]

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  • Golfer reveals he’s hungover right after...

    CARNOUSTIE, Scotland — Beware of the hungover golfer. After over-indulging Saturday night, Eddie Pepperell charged up the leaderboard with a four-under 67 in the final round at the British Open on Sunday. His stellar performance in strong winds is likely to leave him a couple of shots short, […]

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  • German far-right party distances itself from...

    BERLIN (AP) - The far-right Alternative for Germany party is distancing itself from a group that supported its election campaigns with free advertising. Party co-leader Joerg Meuthen told German public broadcaster ARD on Sunday that the Association for the Protection of Rule of Law and Civil […]

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  • Mueller is shepherding several related probes...

    With the recent criminal indictment of 12 Russian intelligence agents, the special counsel's office made clear it has a treasure trove of information for its investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election. What's less obvious is how long Robert Mueller will continue his […]

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  • German far-right party distances itself from...

    BERLIN (AP) - The far-right Alternative for Germany party is distancing itself from a group that supported its election campaigns with free advertising. Party co-leader Joerg Meuthen told German public broadcaster ARD on Sunday that the Association for the Protection of Rule of Law and Civil […]

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  • Golfer reveals he’s hungover right after...

    CARNOUSTIE, Scotland — Beware of the hungover golfer. After over-indulging Saturday night, Eddie Pepperell charged up the leaderboard with a four-under 67 in the final round at the British Open on Sunday. His stellar performance in strong winds is likely to leave him a couple of shots short, […]

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  • Palestinian Authority Brags It Thwarted Trump's...

    TEL AVIV - The Palestinian Authority on Saturday boasted that it has managed to “incapacitate” President Donald Trump’s as yet unveiled peace plan, which it sees as no more than a “conspiracy” aimed at “liquidating” the Palestinian cause and […]

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  • Syrian 'White Helmets' flee to Jordan with...

    Hundreds of members of Syria's "White Helmet" civil defense group and their families fled advancing government forces and slipped over the border into Jordan overnight with the help of Israeli soldiers and Western powers, officials said. […]

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1) A judge in California has ruled that Starbucks and other coffee companies have to post a cancer warning, because a chemical used in the bean roasting process is a known carcinogen. The coffee industry is fighting back, saying the amount of the carcinogen is too small to cause harm. They say they can’t remove the chemical without affecting the taste.
Should the state subsidize airlines in order to bring flights to Wyoming?
2) The federal government, including Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who is from Montana, is considering blocking gold mining from the mountains just north of Yellowstone National Park, citing concerns about the impact on the environment. Mining companies say they have been working in the area for years and the impact of new mines would be minimal.
Should new dorms be paid for by the state, or through a public-private partnership?

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